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There are so many bloggers nowadays, there has never been as much information available about the topics which interest us. And the majority of people are concerned with healthy eating. And as a nation, we certainly need to be, as we are heavier than ever. Scary recent figures indicate that 85 per cent of Irish women will be overweight and 57 per cent obese by 2030 while around 89 percent of Irish men will be classified as overweight, with some 48 per cent obese.
One of the things we’re always trying to do at my fitness studio in Barna is challenge our clients and push them to new levels, not only with their fitness but in every aspect of life. Last week I launched a '40 days of 40 burpees' challenge.
I'm flying back from New York city as I write this after an amazing ten days in the Big Apple. What an inspiring place...Love it.
National suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console has appointed Galway-based fitness coach Pat Divilly as its youth mental health ambassador.
Two young Galway entrepreneurs have won a place at the first-ever national final of ‘Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur’ competition, for a chance to share a €100,000 investment fund.
A team led by a local fitness expert aims to raise €100,000 for charity by taking part in a world famous adventure challenge mud race in Co Kildare on Sunday.
THIRTY YEARS ago, only Hollywood actors, top athletes, rock stars and crime bosses had personal trainers and these not always necessarily for the improvement of their mental or physical quality of life.
Having spent some time working in NUI Galway, I can justifiably lend my voice to those who say that the food available on campus is generally not that good. Sure, the pizza in the college bar is tasty enough, but it does not really count as a vegetable as the American government would have us believe. The Gourmet Tart Co used to supply the university with its freshly-made sandwiches, but these seem to be no longer available this year, replaced by a lesser sandwich to fill the gap. It is not, I am sure, because students don’t care what they eat — in fact a growing number of them are revolting against the banal food on offer.